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of the hardest hit areas. friday's storms killed at least 39 people across five states. parts of southern indiana and kentucky were just devastated. 21 people died in kentucky where the governor has asked for federal assistance. terrell brown is in henryville, indiana with the latest. good morning, terrell. >> betty, good morning to you. it was the unseasonably warm air that triggered these deadly storms causing damage that you see here like this. would you believe three days later, snow is falling across the same region and their timing couldn't be any worse as thousands here don't have power. people in henryville, indiana, are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when tragedy. >> two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles per hour. the cleanup is under way, but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high s
. a southern indiana town completely wiped out. several people are reported dead in area and the numbers are expected to rise. we'll check in with rick reichmuth at the fox news weather center in a bit. joining us now on the phone, john gordon, meteorologist near kentucky. john, what can you tell us about the area and what you are hearing about the damage throughout this area? >> bret, that is going on, we had super cell thunderstorms producing storms in indiana. we're in the process we are still issuing tornado warnings south and east of louisville area. significant damage obviously. loss of life in southern indiana, which we are very sad about. we're still trying to issue warnings from the national weather service to protect life and property across kentucky and the eastern side, cutting toward the lexington area. south of there right now. >> bret: just to be clear, for people listening in. warning means a tornado has been sighted or is on the ground somewhere. people need to act quickly. >> bret: absolutely. the prediction center put out a dangerous situation this morning. we had info
up to kentucky and indiana to the hardest hit communities. you can see tornado in tennessee. dozens of people were injured in the storms. we are watching all angles of the story this morning. susan c susan is in ohio. rob is in tennessee where we have seen significant damage. bonnie schneider is standing by in the severe weather center. the damage we have seen have been small towns like henriville. how bad is it? >> reporter: it is very bad. crushing damage. people here are reeling from what happened to the area. 15 deaths confirmed so far in the entire state of kentucky. a couple of them here in clark county. just to give you an idea, look at this school bus, it was flown here from across the street where the high school is located in henriville. here is the front of the bus you are seeing and the back behind it. the chassis of the bus is resting this way. bus this way, chassis off to the side. it's an indication of how powerful the storms are. a number of us are lined up here, so i can't walk too, too much. as you look up in this direction, giving you a look at some of the power l
to the trayvon case we're joined from chicago by gary indiana mare, guarantee man-wilson. she served as the attorney general of indiana a state that has a stand your ground law. welcome into the war room, mayor. >> thank you governor. >> so glad to have you here. i wanted to get to the stand your ground issues, but i know you have seen the video of george zimmerman taken into custody or at least in the sanford police department. what's your reaction. >> i to have tell you that i'm not at all surprised after hearing the audio of the last moments of trayvon's life, i did not expect to see any injuries on george zimmerman and that video simply bears that out. i think it impeaches his story and as the old adage goes, a picture speaks a thousand words. >> for sure. for sure. we were both attorneys general. if i saw that video and had the testimony of the homicide detective who recommended that he be charged with manslaughter, i just do not understand to this moment why george zimmerman is not arrested. >> i have to join that. and the prosecution of zimmerman would have to be a key piece o
. and this is why. terrifying scenes on the ground. the view from a car window in indiana. and this, a monster funnel cloud just outside louisville. and this is what it sounds like on the ground. [ sirens ] those sirens blazing out their alarms. as we said, our team is spread across the storm zone. and we're going to begin now with abc's meteorologist, ginger zee, in jasper, indiana. she's been traveling alongside this storm all day. ginger? >> reporter: diane, at least six are dead across the region tonight. that number will rise. it is not rare to see tornadoes this time of year. but to see an outbreak of this magnitude certainly is, and it is not over. devastating twisters, sweeping through the heartland tonight. this one bearing down on louisville, kentucky. [ sirens ] >> we're now looking and seeing this tight rotation here. >> reporter: warnings like this, heard from the ohio valley to the deep south. all day, long-track supercell storms breeding clusters of tornadoes, racing at 70 miles per hour, destroying homes and leaving dozens injured or dead. in henryville, indiana, the damage has
this since the outbreak. and again tonight, heads up our reporting from henryville, indiana. hey, lester, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. i'm stand l in the middle of the 52-mile-long path of the biggest tornado of that day, the ef4 churning at speeds of 175 miles per hour. what does that translate into? how about a power pole that snapped into thirds? reinforced metal bent like paper around that tree branch. and here's the attic of a house that simply collapsed on top of itself. this didn't take place over a matter of minutes. it happened in a matter of seconds. and survivors are finding that moving on presents a new and different challenge each day. three days after the tornado gutted this small indiana town, this morning, a blanket of snow, adding insult to injury. aaron zomen falls on the thick rubble of his home as he searches for family photos and keepsakes. he's unhurt. >> kind of makes you worry about all the rest of the pictures when the snow melts. >> reporter: today, many of his neighbors who also lost their homes filed into a church to accept donated food, clo
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
tornadoes ravaged the midwest and the south. an indiana toddler found in a field didn't survive her injuries. >> right now a massive cleanup effort is under way even though most areas are still without power or cell service. but there are also stories of survival. terrell brown has more from henryville, indiana. >> reporter: people in henryville, indiana are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when there's tragedy. >> reporter: two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles an hour. the cleanup is under way but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high school complex was destroyed. it's the weather that could complicate cleanup efforts. winter weather watches, advisories and warnings are up across indiana and kentucky. up to four inches of snow can fall here in henryville. in west liberty, kentucky, util
. they are searching for survivors and twisters crushing indiana towns and pars of kentucky cut off from the rest of the world. and we have live coverage from hardest hit parts of alabama and indiana and fox extreme weather center. we have breaking news coverage in henriville, indiana. >> mike? >> uma, it is hard to look in henriville and not see destruction from the battered cars to the school buses knocked off their frames. look at the window and it looks like it was hit with baseballs. that was the impact of the forceful winds. looking in the parking lot of the high school here in henriville. cars were marked with spray paint. they check them off and remarked that no one is still inside . we have amature video from dine doin. they can see the funnel cloud form taking shape and slowing reaching down to earth it did deadly detruction . cruised before bouncing up in the sky. it was awesome and terrifying and they couldn't help but watch it until the final second. >> it was scary. and last second. it got to the bottom of the hill. i jumped in the bathtub and waited it out. >> you talk about the po
the damage. 39 people died in five states, the latest, a 14-month-old indiana girl who had been the sole survivor of her five-member family. and adding to the misery in southern indiana, a two to four-inch lay over wet snow that fell overnight. we will go live to the town of henryville in our face time segment just about six minutes from now. >>> the supreme court of iran today reportedly threw out a death sentence for an american accused of spying. amar hekmati, a former u.s. marine, was convicted in iran in january of working for an enemy county. hekmati's family and the u.s. government deny it. whether and when he will now be released is up clear. >>> in moscow, vladimir putin says he won an open and honest election for a third term as president of russia. european observers beg to differ. they sabal lot stuffing and otheringer are lagities in yesterday's outcome a foregone conclusion. by early today, putin led his closest opponent by a 4-1 margin. term limits forced putin to leave the presidency behind in 2008 but accident go far. he has been russia's prime minister ever since. >>> a
national notice, but at the end of the last week, the ousted republican secretary of state in indiana was sentenced for voter fraud. he had been convicted of six felonies, including voter fraud, and he's the guy who runs elections in the state of indiana. mitch daniels, the republican governor in indiana, had refused to appoint anybody permanently to replace this guy once he was convicted of voter fraud. the governor saying that if the felony convictions could get knocked down to misdemeanors, maybe, then he would be happy to reinstate this guy to run indiana's elections. ultimately, late last week, the republican secretary of state did not get his felony convictions busted down to misdemeanors, so he can't get back into office. and now indiana might get a democrat installed in the secretary of state's seat instead. but mitch daniels saying he wanted to put a convicted voter fraud felon in charge of the state's elections, that probably does not help mitch daniels' vice presidential chances either. which brings, of course, to the other great milk toast hope for the vice presidential ru
. >> marina molina in the extreme weather center. mike tobin in henryville, indiana. check in with mike tobin, first. >> rick, everywhere is a profound scene of destruction. this house the roof the house was blown off. the location is right across the street from the henryville high school where students were sheltering in place. the local emergency authorities say this is proof that the air early warning system worked because of all of the people sheltering in the high school only one person was killed. i want to show you amateur video out of pe pekin indiana where you can see the funnel cloud forming in the sky and reaching its fury and reaching down toward the earth and cutting its path of destruction. we now know from the national weather service debris was pulled some 5,000 feet in the air before it was deposited. we also know as the tornado was working its way along the ground four people on that particular scene were are killed. marysville indiana. wiped out an entire town. back out here live you can see the power crews restoring power engaged in what is now the primary activity. there
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
island, indiana, north carolina, west virginia, nebraska, oregon, arkansas, kentucky, california, montana, new jersey, new mexico, south dakota, and utah. question, why are the republican primaries this year so protracted? >> because they changed the rules from four years ago and have more proportional primaries where delegates are awarded to all the candidates depending on the percentage of the vote. four years ago, they were mostly winner take all and john mccain was able to wrap it up. if they had the same rule told they had four years ago, romney -- it would be over. we would be writing it's over. this campaign season has been like a long psycho analysis of mitt romney. why doesn't he relate to voters? why can't he close the sale with the republicans? but in the end it's with are agent tick and there's a chance he may not have the 1144 delegates he needs by june. but he will probably wrap it up june 5, when california votes and new jersey, new jersey is winner take all. california by congressional district. nobody else has the resources to compete in a the congressional districts. he
to the air force academy and is a graduate of indiana university's law school. he is a huge hoosier fan and i can only imagine how proud he was of the indiana elite eight basketball performance against kentucky last friday. the home thing that -- wrong was that kentucky beat indiana by a vote of -- by one point, 73-72. so that kind of ended indiana in the march madness. another part of the behind-the-scenes function of the house that john's strategic wisdom and advice was critical to the continuity of the house function was in the days and weeks following the tragic events of september 11, 2001. and he performed there admirably. so john has led the parliamentarian's office in a collegial and a very profession al-manar, to the benefit of the office, the members and the house and we are fortunate for his service and wish him well in retirement and we will miss him. i yield back. mr. dingell: mr. speaker, at this time i yield two minutes to my distinguished friend from virginia, through my good friend from ohio, to the gentleman from virginia. >> thank you for yielding time. i'm not from virgini
following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
's heartland, it appears damaged in southern indiana and western kentucky. tornadoes killed at least 39 people and in all 52 people have been killed by tornadoes in the past week. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. amateur photographer captured one twister forming near a gas station. they say another tornado packed wind gusts up to 175 miles per hour. >>> also this morning, a 2-year-old girl is in critical condition. she is the only member of her immediate family to survive one of those deadly tornadoes. coming up in less than 10 minutes. a story of sadden and hope and the toddler named angel. >> in overnight news. an ac transit passenger was pursued in oakland. >> they were chasing after the driver and what they believe was a stolen mercedes beans. they per sued him -- mercedes-benz and they couldn't overtake him. the passengers bumped his head and he is okay. the suspect after crashing his car, he was caught by police. >>> a high speed chase overnight in concord ended with a chase at 2:00 on clayton road. police tried to stop the car and it kept going. speeds topped 90 mile
and devastation along some of those areas and pile up about one to three inches of snow for parts of indiana, eastern kentucky. that is not good news. another part of the problem is the chilly temperatures. that temperatures are hovering around freezing southern indiana into eastern kentucky and some of the higher elevations of west virginia. we already have some of those rain snow hours in parts of ohio and virginia and eastern kentucky. but because the atmosphere is relatively dry, cold front aside from the tornadoes that dry air will be evaporating some of that moisture before it hits the ground. you get snow showers but not seeing a lot of activity on the ground. as we get our next impulse further off to the west, snow coming in minnesota as an iowa. this will dip into parts of indiana and kentucky and into tomorrow morning. as you see 3:00 a.m. monday, we'll have steady snowfall in parts of kentucky. that said, further off to the south, for the state of tennessee also alabama we're not expecting widespread precipitation or any accumulating snowfall so quiet conditions for them. otherwis
.  >>> headlines this morning an indiana woman who risked her life to save her children from a tornado, 36-year-old stephanie decker was home alone with her two kids when the twister struck they took shelter in the basement of their three story home decker covered the children with her body, to shield them as the house was torn apart debris fell on her, she survived but she lost one leg above the knee the other above the ankle, the children though were not injured. >>> at least 40 people in 5 states have died following a number of tornadoes across the midwest and south. >>> survivors are now picking up the pieces and trying to move on. will thomas is here with more. >> good morning. just total devastation, right now thousands are still without power this morning many survivors in the hardest hit areas don't have homes or businesses to go back to work to. here is a closer look at the devastation and the tenacity. >> overwhelming, destruction, devastation, any word that you can think of, it is surreal. >> really sad it's someones home and just got destroyed. >> reporter: people living across the
by a deadly storm system. ♪ ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> prayer in henriville, indiana, as survivors head to church amid the devastation. parishioners are giving thanks. >> thank you for our community. thank you for our loved ones. thank you for these hands that we hold every week as we seek your direction and will. god, thank you that you supply not only our physical needs, but emotional and spiritual needs. >> let's head now to west liberty, kentucky, a town so devastated, the town center is still closed to all but rescue crews. jim spelman was able to get a brief tour of the destruction jim described for us what recovery teams were able to do. >> reporter: we're here right in the heart of west liberty, kentucky, right now you. these crews are still hard at work trying to clear debris, get some semblance of order back. take a look at this. this is a stained glass window. this stained glass window came out of this now pile of rubble one time church. this is the scene all throughout this town. this is what some people on the outskirts of town are able to come back and t
henryville, indiana, stephanie decker heard it. >> i knew it was coming. i knew that just staying in your home, wasn't going to work. >> reporter: grabbing her 8-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter, she dove into the basement. combining grit with good sense, she grabbed a comforter, wrapping them up and covering them with her body. >> my daughter's like, i don't like this. i know, honey. i could see the wind. i could see it blowing. and the window blew out. and the house started to move. >> reporter: moments later, the 8,000-square-foot home imploded in a cascade of debris, crushing stephanie's legs. >> i knew if i didn't get help soon, i was not going to make it. i was going to bleed out. >> reporter: but her children, unscathed. and it was for them that stephanie forced herself to stay conscious. >> they needed me. they had to have me. so, i had to figure out what to do. and my son is a hero. he went to go get help. >> to look at it, you wouldn't think anybody could survive. >> reporter: today, in the rubble of her house, her in-laws told me how alone in the dark, stephanie took out he
of the babcock family in indiana who died on friday. and then we got this sad news, a fifth and final member of the family, 15 month old angel babcock died today of her injuries. she had been ripped from her home and found alive in a field yesterday. tornadoes hit seven states over two days. henreyville, indiana, was hit by two tornadoes and all but destroyed. elaine quijano begins our coverage there ♪ ♪ . >> reporter: there's still no power and no heat at st. francis xavier catholic church in henreyville but at morning mass parishners made sure there was music. ♪ ♪ . >> reporter: father steven schaftlein spoke of healing. he told his congregation that this town of 1900 residents has a choice, hope or des prayer-- despair. >> we can choose to begin anew, and either see this experience as the end or a new beginning. >> reporter: starting over will take time. the national weather service reports two tornadoes hit henreyville friday afternoon. one of them a powerful ef-4 on a scale of 5 with winds in excess of 165 miles an hour o raked the ground for some 50 miles. >> today crews pull m
in seven states, kentucky, indiana, and ohio baring the brunt. video footage taken from a home in tennessee. 165-mile-per-hour winds from one of the tornados ripping down trees and tossing debris. in all, 39 people died in friday's storms, bringing the death toll just the past week to 52. one of the deceased, 15-month-old toddler angel babcock. she was found alive in a field about 10 miles from her home by first responders. she became a symbol of hope. it was discovered her parents and two siblings had been killed in the storm. yesterday we hate to pass along angel passed away from her injuries. there is some controversy in the state of ohio where the storms claimed three lives. republican governor john kasich turning down disaster aid saying the state can handle its own relief. local democrats disagree. one county chairman said, quote, i question his judgment. it would appear at first blush he's probably playing politics. governors of the two hardest hit state, indiana and kentucky, both accepted the federal aid from the government. mass demonstrations in moscow to protest vladimir putin i
against indiana. a gray day everybody. tgif. >> enjoy your weekend. it's 44 degrees. much more still to come in the next half-hour. some federal workers are not happy about a new budget plan. we will explain why. >> a record-setting jackpot will be drawn tonight. nearly half a billion dollars. i'm jummy olabanji if the northwest washington. how people in our area and around the country are playing big. >> steve rudin in the belfort furniture weather center. a cool but sunny start to our friday. how does the weekend looked? details coming up. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] for our families... our neighbor.. and our communities... america's beverage companies have created a wide range of new choices. developing smaller portion sizes and more low- & no-calorie beverages... addinclear calorie labels so you know exactly what you're choosing... and in schools, replacing full-calorie soft drinks with lower-calorie options. with more choices and fewer calories, america's beveverage companies are delivering. >> live and in hd, this is "good
's final four dreams have been dashed. >> hakeem dermish has highlights from their matchup with indiana in this morning's "sports minute." >> good morning, everyone. your "sports minute" begins with nfl news. quarterback rex grossman has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the redskins. grossman threw 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions last season. >>> now to the ncaa tournament. today, georgetown matches up against 11-seed nc state. the hoyas are coming off a 15-point win against belmont. now, georgetown trying to earn a spot in the sweet 16 for the first time since 2007. the hoyas and wolfpack scheduled to tip off this afternoon at 12:15. >>> in portland, oregon, the vcu taking on four-seed indiana. 20 seconds to go, game tied at 61. will sheehy knocks down the jumper, part of a 15-4 hoosiers run. last chance for the rams. rob brandonberg for the win. no good. they edge vcu and the hoosiers will play number one seed kentucky in the sweet 16. the wildcats' only loss in the regular season was to the hoosiers. >>> women's ncaa tournament, two-seed maryland hosting 15-seed navy. aly
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
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